Denver, CO, May 03, 2015 –(PR.com)– Colorado startup Hemera Project launched a crowdfunding campaign on April 17th to fund the mass manufacture of their first product, the QBAND, a solar smartphone charger you wear on your wrist. By passively charging its internal battery with solar panels in ambient light, the QBAND gives up to two hours of extra phone use when you need it most. The QBAND is water-resistant, comes in a variety of sizes and colors, and has a built-in charge cable so you can connect your phone directly to any USB port for a longer charge without carrying extra cables.
As part of this campaign, Hemera Project is partnering with Nokero’s “Shine Through Ebola” initiative to deliver solar lamps to Ebola survivors in West Africa through Project C.U.R.E. For every QBAND purchased, Nokero will send one solar lamp to a family in need. These lamps will replace the dirty, dangerous, and expensive kerosene currently being used in homes for lighting. To preorder a QBAND and help bring Clean Energy to Everyone, go to Hemera Project’s Indiegogo page: http://igg.me/at/QBAND.
About Hemera Project
Hemera is the Greek goddess of day. It is her job to take down the curtain of night before Apollo can pull the sun across the sky, giving light to the world. The goal of Hemera Project is to take down the barriers between clean energy and the people who need it most, namely, the 1.3 billion living in energy poverty without reliable access to electricity. Hemera Project is a privately held company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Learn more at HemeraProject.com.